Thank God it’s Monday Ebook

Mark Greene

£9.99

Pages: 240
ISBN: 978-1-910012-58-1
Publication Date: 01/04/2019

A timely reminder that transformative opportunities and gospel-inspired adventure await us all in the places we seldom look: our places of work ...
Revd Dr Kate Coleman

In this innovative, compelling, often funny, story-filled book, Mark Greene looks at how we can truly flourish in our work – joyfully revised for a new generation. An empowering, tried and tested guide towards a more fulfilling and fruitful working life, revealing our work as a gift from God.

Format: Ebook

Five days a week. Or six. Thirty, forty, sixty hours. 90,000 in a lifetime. An abundance of creative possibility.

So much more than a means to a mortgage, our work is a gift from God. And he wants to see us flourish in it all, doing what we were made to do: creating value, building homes or businesses, teaching primary schoolers or training pilots, stitching up minor injuries or serving macchiatos. Being everyday servants and witnesses in the world he entrusted to each of us, giving glory to the One who made us and gave us work to do.

In this innovative, compelling, often funny, story-filled book, ex-adman Mark Greene explores what the Bible has to say about contemporary work. From dealing with the boss, to being the boss; from working with competitive co-workers, to the challenges of working alone, here’s an empowering, tried and tested guide towards a more fulfilling and fruitful working life.

A special 25th anniversary edition of a contemporary classic that’s stood the test of time and has been joyfully revised and updated for the times we’re in.

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Mark Greene
Mark Greene

Mark Greene grew up Jewish and joyous, and celebrated becoming a Christian in his early twenties. He worked in advertising in London and New York, loved it, and is still prepared to admit it. He is Mission Champion at the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and was Vice Principal of the London School of Theology. He speaks, tells stories, and writes, mainly on the joys, trials, and surprises of living all of life as a follower of Jesus in today’s world.

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